The RSHE curriculum aims to ensure that learners are taught the skills and are provided a rights based approach, needed to make safer choices.
We want to provide targeted, specialist support for our pupils acute needs and have an understanding that learning and health are linked.
We want to create a culture that explore ‘how do we make that safer?’ and a climate where pupils are able to talk.
The key skill focus is emotional literacy, we want our pupils to have the words to be able to say how they feel.
Our pledge is that every pupil has a trusted adult that will listen to them, give them advice and support them.
The RSHE curriculum will be taught through discrete weekly timetabled lessons delivered by the class teacher using the E4S (Education for Safeguarding - West Sussex) curriculum and the support of the Lead of RSHE.
Relationships & Sex Education (RSE)
Digital & media Literacy (DML)
Online relationships & media
Feelings and attitudes
Family & Friendship, Relationships
Online Content and Critical Thinking
Self-Image, Mental Health and Wellbeing
Online Relationships and Cyberbullying
Staying Safe Online
Physical Health & Wellbeing (PHWB)
Emotional Health & Wellbeing (EHWB)
Drugs, Alcohol & Tobacco
Keeping Safe & Risks
Keeping Safe & Emergencies
Hygiene & Protecting Your Health
Eating Well & Being Active
Sense of self
Littlegreen Academy uses recommended resources to support teaching and learning from E4S -West Sussex. The subject lead is responsible for supporting teachers and providing appropriate professional development.
The needs of the pupils are identified using internal (the stage and age of our pupils) and external (the places and spaces that our pupils spend their time) data and then this is used to build a curriculum to meet those needs.
Pupils have access to information from reliable and trustworthy sources responding to local needs and can ask questions.
Pupils have the skills, knowledge and understanding of how to make safer choices in all aspects of the world.
Pupils have high levels of respect for each other and are supportive of one another’s wellbeing.
Pupils have the vocabulary and confidence needed to say how they feel.
Pupils being able to know more, remember more and apply this.